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Dr. Joseph John CARSTAPHEN

19 Nov 1822 - ____

ID Number: I27317

  • TITLE: Dr.
  • RESIDENCE: Putnam Co. GA & Bellevue, Bossier Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 19 Nov 1822, Putnam Co. GA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1009]

Family 1 : Evelyn Virginia LOWRY

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JOHN COX

1408 - ____

ID Number: I104173

  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 1408, Of Skenfrith, Monmouthshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:9FDS-38)

Family 1 :
  1. +ALICE COX

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Alice Louise CRAIN

11 May 1878 - 27 Aug 1928

ID Number: I1164

  • RESIDENCE: Hill & Tarrant Co. Fort Worth, TX
  • BIRTH: 11 May 1878, Hill Co. TX
  • DEATH: 27 Aug 1928, Fort Worth, Tarrant Co. TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S31] [S300] [S633]

Family 1 : James Harlan WITHERS Sr.
  1.  Daisy WITHERS
  2.  Mary Alice "Sissy" WITHERS
  3. +Sallie Pansy WITHERS
  4. +Jim H. "Pud" WITHERS
  5. +Fred John WITHERS
  6.  William Elmer WITHERS

Notes


Daughter of John Crain and Molly Routh.

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[S300]

[S633]


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Oliver Thomas DAVIS JR


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Count WILLIAM I de EU of Hiemes and Eu

ABT 0978 - 1057

ID Number: I29687

  • TITLE: Count
  • RESIDENCE: Normandy
  • BIRTH: ABT 0978, of Normandy
  • DEATH: 1057
  • BURIAL: Collegiate Church of Eu
  • RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT [S790] [S3195] [S3276]
Father: RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy
Mother: GUNNORA de CR╩PON of Denmark


Family 1 : LEFIELTNA (Lesceline) d' HARCOURT of Tourville
  1. +ROBERT de EU of Eu
  2.  WILLIAM de SOISSONS Count of Exemes
  3. +PONS Fitz_William POYNTZ

Notes


"Count of Heismes and Eu, Lord of Monstreul. Some sources dont show William as the son of Richard at all. The Complete Peerage vol.V,pp.151-152.
Child 1: Hugh of Lisieux, Bishop of Lisieux
Child 2: William of Soissons, Count of Soissons
Child 3: Robert of Eu, Count of Eu
Child 4: Pons FitzWilliam"


His father was not married to his mother. Another son was Hugh, Bishop of Lisieux (1049-1077). d. 2/26 Jan 1057/58 bur. Collegiate Church of Eu, Normandy, France.


William of Eu Count of Eu, Exmia.


xii. William, Count d'Hiemois et d'Eu (b c972, d 26.01.1057/58)
m. Leseline de Turqueville (d 26.01.1057/58, dau of Turchetil, Sn de Turqueville)


[S790] [S2144] [S2144] [S3195]


                                                                                                                      _ROLLO (Hrolfr) "The Dane" Robert I SVERIGE of Rouen_+
                                                                                                                     | (0854 - 0930) m 0886                                
                                                             _WILLIAM I "Longsword" de NORMANDY 2nd Duke of Normandy_|
                                                            | (0913 - 0943) m 0932                                   |
                                                            |                                                        |_LADY POPPA de SENLIS de VERMANDOIS of Normandy______+
                                                            |                                                          (0872 - ....) m 0886                                
 _RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy_|
| (0933 - 0996) m 0952                                      |
|                                                           |                                                         _HEBERT I de BRETAGNE Count of Senlis & St. Liz______+
|                                                           |                                                        | (0849 - ....)                                       
|                                                           |_SPROTE de BRETAGNE ____________________________________|
|                                                             (0915 - 1005) m 0932                                   |
|                                                                                                                    |_____________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                                          
|
|--WILLIAM I de EU of Hiemes and Eu
|  (0978 - 1057)
|                                                                                                                     _HERBASTUS "The Dane"________________________________
|                                                                                                                    | (0870 - ....)                                       
|                                                            _HERFASTUS de CREPON of Denmark_________________________|
|                                                           | (0911 - 1002)                                          |
|                                                           |                                                        |_____________________________________________________
|                                                           |                                                                                                              
|_GUNNORA de CR╩PON of Denmark______________________________|
  (0936 - 1031) m 0952                                      |
                                                            |                                                         _OLAF "Mitkg" Bjornsson of Sweden____________________
                                                            |                                                        | (0885 - ....)                                       
                                                            |_GYRID Olafsdottir______________________________________|
                                                              (0920 - ....)                                          |
                                                                                                                     |_INGEBERG Thrandsdatter______________________________
                                                                                                                       (0885 - ....)                                       

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[S790]

[S3195]

[S3276]

[S790]

[S2144]

[S2144]

[S3195]


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Lucretia HART

18 Mar 1781 - ABT 1864

ID Number: I68383

  • RESIDENCE: VA; Lexington, KY
  • BIRTH: 18 Mar 1781, Hagerstown, Maryland
  • DEATH: ABT 1864, Ashland, Lexington, Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1210] [S2644]
Father: Thomas HART III
Mother: Susanna GRAY


Family 1 : Henry CLAY "The Great Compromiser"
  1.  Thomas Hart CLAY
  2.  Susan Hart CLAY
  3. +Ann Brown CLAY
  4. +James Brown CLAY C.S.A.

Notes


daughter of Thomas Hart and Susanna Gray, who settled in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1794.


"while Mr. Clay was Secretary of State, she lost two lovely daughters, Eliza, who died en route to Washington, and Mrs. Duralde, who died with yellow fever in New Orleans.


At the end of President Adams' administration she returned to Ashland, never to leave it again. Another, and her last daughter, Mrs. Erwin, died, and Theodore, her eldest son, was hopelessly insane. From these sorrows she never recovered, and spent her time in the seclusion of her family, receiving only her most intimate friends."


"Lucretia Hart Clay - Kentucky. Was born in Hagerstown, MD., March 18, 1781. Was the youngest daughter of Colonel Thomas HART (Benjamin HART's brother) and Susanna GRAY. She married Henry CLAY, who had a political career and was U. S. Diplomat, U. S. Congressman, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Secretary of State, U. S. Senator and Presidential Candidate. Contributed by Larry Jordan, "All About Hart" Web site."
http://www.airtanker.com/mcnally/hart/index.html


In Lucretia's great granddaughter's journal, it is noted, "Henry Clay, a young lawyer, came to Lexington in 1797. Although penniless and almost friendless in the midst of a distiguised Bar, he was full of courage and of hope. Very soon he was a constant and welcome visitor at the hospitable home of Colonel Hart where two charming unmarried daughters and the first piano brought to Lexington, made an attractive social center; and when young people gathered at her home, Lucretia played for them to dance. Two time-stained piedes of music, The Lexington Grand Waltz and The Ashland Quadrilles, dedicated to Mrs. Henry Clay by Professor Wilhelm Iucho, are tributes to her musical ability." (Simpson, Letter to)


"Clay surely did not choose Lucretia because of her 'good face, form, or personal appearance' since she, like her husband, lacked physical beauty. Far more important were her amiable disposition and family connections, for the marriage placed Clay among the best and most influential economic and political circles in Kentucky. He now had impeccable connections that allied him to some of the most eminent families in the state. He married as well as his highest expectations could have demanded. Dark-eyed and dark-haired, lively and plain-looking indeed, 'a very plain and unadmired woman' by eastern standards - she nonetheless captured Clay's fancy. In describing her, all observers, even the most sophisticated and cynical in Washington, said she was 'kind,' 'good,' and 'above all discreet.' During the many years she lived in the capital it was reported that she never made a single enemy." (Remini)


"After a brief courtship Lucretia agreed to marry young Henry Clay. She was eighteen at the time of her marriage, and the wedding took place in her home on Mill Street in Lexington. It proved to be a successful marriage, and Lucretia made a dutiful and loving wife. A spirited woman, she nonetheless tolerated her husband's swearing and his periodic gambling and drinking bouts. In fact, she was once asked if she minded her husband's habitual gambling. 'Doesn't it distress you,' sniffed a Boston matron, 'to have Mr. Clay gamble?' Lucretia looked surprised at the question. 'Oh! dear, no!' she replied very innocently, 'he most always wins.'"(Remini)


"Lucretia also proved to be a most competent manager and businesswoman, selling milk, butter, and cured hams to earn additional money when necessary. Because of her husband's frequent absences from home, she necessarily took over the management of their property. She made a practical study of agriculture when they later moved to a plantation. She supervised the overseer and became something of an 'oracle' among farmers in the vicinity where they lived. It was reported that every time Clay left home he gave her a large check with which to manage their home. Upon his return she invariable returned the check to him with the remark that she had found no use for it. Lucretia loved her home and all the domestic chores associated with running it. She hated the social whirl in Washington that so attracted her husband later on."(Remini)



Lucretia Hart Clay: Lucretia was an adoring mother of the eleven children she bore her husband. "Henrietta, the oldest child died when she was still a little girl. Theodore, the oldest son, was injured when he was a boy and had to live in an asylum. Thomas Hart married Marie Mentelle and was a farmer. They lived at a beautiful place called 'Mansfield' on part of Ashland farm. Susan Hart, Mrs. Martin Duralde, died as a young married woman of twenty-one. Ann Brown married James Erwin and died when her child was born. They lived at the 'Woodlands' (then a part of Ashland farm, now a part of Woodland Park).


Lucretia Hart died at fourteen, and Eliza died at the age of twelve while on the way to Washington with her family. Another daughter, Laura, died at the age of three months. Henry Clay, Jr., married Julia Prather after graduating at West Point. Their home was called 'Maplewood'. Henry Clay, Jr., was killed at the battle of Buena Vista during the war with Mexico. At the time of his death, he was leading a charge of his troops. James Brown Clay married Susan Jacob of Louisville and became a lawyer and congressman. They lived at 'Clay Villa', now in Bell Court. After fighting in the Confederate Army, he died in Canada. John Morrison Clay married Mrs. Josephine Russell Erwin, the widow of Henry Clay's grandson.


It was very sad for Henry and Lucretia to lose all their daughters when they were young. In fact, of the eleven children, only four sons lived longer than their father. But while they lived, they had gay times in Ashland. It was a great event when their father came home from Washington, often bringing important guests with him. Among those were James Monroe, Aaron Burr, Martin Van Buren, Daniel Webster, Lafayette and Lord Morpeth. When the members of the family were separated, they kept up a lively correspondence." (Simpson, The Cat)"



[S1210] [S2644]


                                             _Thomas HART I "the Immigrant"_____+
                                            | (1660 - ....)                     
                       _Thomas HART II______|
                      | (1700 - 1755) m 1730|
                      |                     |___________________________________
                      |                                                         
 _Thomas HART III_____|
| (1730 - 1808) m 1764|
|                     |                      _Thomas RHUYS RICE "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                     | (1656 - 1711)                     
|                     |_Susannah RICE ______|
|                       (1700 - ....) m 1730|
|                                           |_Marcy HEWES? _____________________
|                                             (1664 - 1722)                     
|
|--Lucretia HART 
|  (1781 - 1864)
|                                            ___________________________________
|                                           |                                   
|                      _John GRAY __________|
|                     | (1720 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |___________________________________
|                     |                                                         
|_Susanna GRAY _______|
  (1749 - 1832) m 1764|
                      |                      ___________________________________
                      |                     |                                   
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |___________________________________
                                                                                

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[S1210]

[S2644]

[S1210]

[S2644]


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Mary Mariah LEWIS

25 Feb 1773 - 12 Feb 1855

ID Number: I77666

  • RESIDENCE: Guilford, NC and Hancock Co. GA and Butler Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 25 Feb 1773
  • DEATH: 12 Feb 1855, Butler Co. Alabama
  • BURIAL: On the Ridge, Butler Co. Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2957]

Family 1 : Mansel WOMACK

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Mary F. TRABUE

27 Dec 1828 - AFT 1872

ID Number: I31233

  • RESIDENCE: KY and Clay and Liberty MO
  • BIRTH: 27 Dec 1828
  • DEATH: AFT 1872
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Castillian Clark TRABUE
Mother: Malinda WILSON


Family 1 : George M. WILSON
  1.  Samuel P. WILSON
  2.  Georgia W. WILSON
  3.  Castillian T. WILSON

Notes


She is living in the hsld with Castillian in 1860 Clay Co. MO Census and then in Liberty, MO with two of her children in 1870.

                                                                  _David TRABUE Sr.____+
                                                                 | (1737 - 1769) m 1760
                            _David TRABUE Jr.____________________|
                           | (1768 - 1842) m 1792                |
                           |                                     |_Mary SALLEE ________+
                           |                                       (1741 - 1815) m 1760
 _Castillian Clark TRABUE _|
| (1805 - 1872) m 1823     |
|                          |                                      _Joseph SALLEE Sr.___
|                          |                                     | (1750 - ....)       
|                          |_Judith SALLEE ______________________|
|                            (1770 - 1841) m 1792                |
|                                                                |_____________________
|                                                                                      
|
|--Mary F. TRABUE 
|  (1828 - 1872)
|                                                                 _____________________
|                                                                |                     
|                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) WILSON of TN KY MO_|
|                          |                                     |
|                          |                                     |_____________________
|                          |                                                           
|_Malinda WILSON __________|
  (1803 - 1878) m 1823     |
                           |                                      _____________________
                           |                                     |                     
                           |_____________________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |_____________________
                                                                                       

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Martha D. WHITTEN

8 Aug 1809 - 22 Mar 1837

ID Number: I93587

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 8 Aug 1809
  • DEATH: 22 Mar 1837
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3451]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) WHITTEN


Family 1 : Bailey Darby CHANEY Sr.
  1.  Bailey E. CHANEY
  2.  Juliet CHANEY
  3.  Sarah CHANEY

                                __
                               |  
                             __|
                            |  |
                            |  |__
                            |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) WHITTEN _|
|                           |
|                           |   __
|                           |  |  
|                           |__|
|                              |
|                              |__
|                                 
|
|--Martha D. WHITTEN 
|  (1809 - 1837)
|                               __
|                              |  
|                            __|
|                           |  |
|                           |  |__
|                           |     
|___________________________|
                            |
                            |   __
                            |  |  
                            |__|
                               |
                               |__
                                  

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Elizabeth WRIGHT

1737 - ____

ID Number: I80983

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1737
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3076]
Father: John WRIGHT II
Mother: Elizabeth BRONAUGH


Notes


2 Elizabeth Wright b: 1737 + William C. Parlow

                                               _Francis WRIGHT Gent._______+
                                              | (1660 - 1713) m 1685       
                       _John WRIGHT I_________|
                      | (1684 - 1739) m 1706  |
                      |                       |_Ann Pope WASHINGTON _______+
                      |                         (1659 - 1697) m 1685       
 _John WRIGHT II______|
| (1700 - 1792) m 1728|
|                     |                        _Richard AWBREY ____________
|                     |                       | (1653 - ....)              
|                     |_Dorothy AWBREY _______|
|                       (1685 - 1739) m 1706  |
|                                             |_Dorothy MEADOR ____________
|                                               (1668 - ....)              
|
|--Elizabeth WRIGHT 
|  (1737 - ....)
|                                              _David BRONAUGH BENAUGH Sr._+
|                                             | (1630 - 1675)              
|                      _Jeremiah BRONAUGH ____|
|                     | (1673 - 1748)         |
|                     |                       |____________________________
|                     |                                                    
|_Elizabeth BRONAUGH _|
  (1695 - 1792) m 1728|
                      |                        ____________________________
                      |                       |                            
                      |_Elizabeth GLENDERING _|
                        (1675 - ....)         |
                                              |____________________________
                                                                           

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